Launched at Houseman Access this morning with walleye on our minds.  Trolled downstream for a mile or so and came up with many, many trout, almost all of which we released.  (We are collecting our limit when we fish, so we can smoke some trout.) No walleye hit our lures, even though we knew they were down there, having had their presence given away by the SDI/Sonar.  Moved upstream towards the Hwy 62 bridge and continued catching and releasing lots of trout, but no walleye. Passed another guide with a party and noted that she, too, had begun fishing for walleye.  Wished her good fortune and headed in for the day.  The water temperature in the Houseman area was 52 degrees F. and was fairly consistent wherever we fished this morning.  We did not mark any white bass in our travels.  If you did not get out this morning, and are planning on trying your luck this afternoon, carefully watch the weather, since severe storms are predicted for the rest of today, beginning around 2 PM.The schedule for generation indicates that it will occur from 3 PM through 6 PM at 44% of capacity.  The weather is expected to bring us a high temperature of 74 degrees F. under cloudy skies with winds from the south at 15 MPH, gusting to 25. There is a chance of severe thunderstorms this afternoon. Be alert and , above all, have fun fishing!